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From the company that brought you the option of letting a courier inside your homecomes a new service: package delivery inside your car. Amazon is expanding its in-home delivery service called Key to include deliveries to trunks and back seats of cars. The service is available only to Amazon Prime members in 37 cities who have a 2015 or newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac or Volvo with an active OnStar or Volvo On Call account. Essentially, these are already connected cars that can be remotely unlocked Â— in this case for package delivery, which Amazon promises within a four-hour window. The shopper has to confirm that they've parked within range of the delivery location Â— in a publicly accessible area Â— and can track the progress through the Amazon Key app. Amazon has devoted much effort to figuring out how to stop its packages from being stolen from porches and public spaces, which is costing the company a pretty penny. With in-car service, Amazon can use shoppers' cars as secure mail drop boxes. Amazon, which recently started an offer to deliver packages inside people's homes, now offers to deliver inside people's cars. Amazon Read more:Â https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/04/24/605057245/amazon-wants-to-deliver-packages-inside-your-car